Our latest issue looks beyond the classroom as simply an environment for teacher and student, to consider the relationship between education and urbanism.
July 8th, 2021
The theme of our latest issue is Education and Urbanism. It’s a topic that fills us with excitement as we contemplate the fulfilled potential and future possibility. This issue we look beyond the classroom as simply an environment for teacher and student, to consider the role of our schools and universities in building social capital within our towns and cities.
We’re grateful to our contributors and, of course, to all the designers featured, whose work is what makes this issue. Their perspectives and insights are ever fresh and enlightening, as the following excerpts from Indesign #84 so wonderfully highlight…
Some would argue that a school’s arts and performance spaces are just as important as its STEM curriculum. Stephen Crafti presents two “heroic” cases in point.
Learning spaces have to support a range of pedagogical frameworks that in turn support self-directed learning, collaboration and discovery. So what type of interior does this? Leanne Amodeo presents two case studies at opposite ends of the spectrum.
Biophilia in retail spaces is not new, but Ministry Of Design pushes it further with its highly imaginative design of Citi Wealth Hub. Retail never looked so fresh.
Cox Architecture has established a tiered and abundant learning oasis within the concrete metropolis of the Docklands.
The Gold Coast’s new HOTA Gallery engages with the post-modern city in a casual surfside manner, coming to life through an organic, Voronoi concept.
Architectural expression influences the way we engage with our education precincts. Lyons and John Wardle Architects marry design vision and innovative façade solutions to great effect.
The sparkling renovation of Sydney Theatre Company reassures us that while the pandemic may buffet our sails, the arts community endures.
Blur and blend: the conventional boundaries between academia and practice are thoughtfully broken down in the University of Sydney’s Susan Wakil Health Building.
Davenport Campbell delivers the second phase of CBA’s South Eveleigh campus with a future-fit workplace that aligns people with tech and innovation.
Indesign’s latest issue, on Education and Urbanism, is out now
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